SB 1030 Requires applicants for Medicaid and CHIPs to identify the proposed beneficiary's employer
Sponsor:Bray Co-Sponsor(s)
LR Number:3539S.01I Fiscal Note:3539-01
Committee:Aging, Families, Mental & Public Health
Last Action:02/11/04 - Hearing Conducted S Aging, Families, Mental & Public Journal page:
Health Committee
Effective Date:August 28, 2004
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Current Bill Summary

SB 1030 - This act requires applicants for health care benefits under programs such as Medicaid and CHIPs to identify the employer of the proposed beneficiary. If the proposed beneficiary is not employed, the applicant shall identify the employer of the adult who is providing some or all of the proposed beneficiary's support.

By the first of July every year, the Department of Social Services must deliver a report to the General Assembly listing all of the employers identified in this application process. The report shall include the company's name, location and the total number of employees and their dependants who are enrolled in the state's health care programs. This report shall also be available to the public through the Department's website.